CANADA: Richmond Meats fined C$25,000 for retail food violations
Stittsville, Ontario-based Richmond Meats has pleaded guilty in the provincial court in Ottawa to three counts of violating the Food and Drugs Act and one count of violating the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act. The company was fined a total of C$25,000 (US$16,476) and from Richmond, Giuseppe Joe Ieradi pleaded guilty to violating the same counts and was fined a total of C$2,000.
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